Ron Leibman Biography
Birthday: October 11, 1937 (Libra)
Born In: New York, New York, United States
Ronald “Ron” Leibman was an American veteran actor and writer known for creating, writing, and starring as the titular character in the TV series ‘Kaz’, for which he won an Emmy award. Over the course of his five and a half decades long career, he appeared in all three major media of performing arts: films, television, and theatre, and came to be regarded as one of most the prominent character actors that the entertainment industry has ever produced. Leibman harboured acting aspirations from an early age and was active in the theatre scene of his hometown. After he was done with college, he enrolled at the Actors Studio. From 1959 onwards, he had been performing in off-Broadway productions and debuted on Broadway in 1963 with the play ‘Dear Me, The Sky Is Falling’. He also made his screen debut that year, appearing in an episode of ‘The DuPont Show of the Week’. Besides ‘Kaz’, he has done other important projects including ‘Slaughterhouse-Five’, ‘The Super Cops’, ‘Phar Lap’, ‘Pacific Station’, ‘A Question of Guilt’ and ‘Rhinestone’. He portrayed the recurring character Ron Cadillac in the popular adult-animated show ‘Archer’.